A Macy’s security guard’s failure to respond to two mailings purportedly allowing her to opt out of the department store’s newly instituted dispute-resolution program did not bind her to its protocol, a federal judge has ruled.
Eastern District of New York Judge Frederic Block relied on the bedrock principle that, with rare exception, silence does not constitute the acceptance of an offer.
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